Although U.S. welfare spending has shot up in the last three decades, it is helping fewer of America’s poorest citizens, says a new study out of Johns Hopkins University.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
Black children born to middle-class parents in the 1960s are far more likely than whites to have slipped down the socioeconomic ladder into poverty, according to a study published Tuesday.
By PBS NewsHour
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